Telecommunications Industry News
Support for Adobe Flash will cause Research In Motion's forthcoming Playbook tablet device to trail the Apple iPad in terms of battery life, according to Kaufman Bros. analyst, Shaw Wu.
French consumer electronics manufacturer, Archos, has added two new and improved products to its line of Android-based tablet computing devices.
'Apple iPad' and 'Google Android' were among the most 'tweeted' terms this year, holding the fourth and fifth place spots on Twitter's annual trends list.
Canada's leading newspaper publisher, Postmedia Network, has launched Apple iPad apps for ten of its local papers.
Rogers will seek to make 3G-enabled 'tablet' devices more appealing to smartphone owners, by allowing users to share a single data plan between tablets and phones.
South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer, Samsung, has already sold more than a million units of its Galaxy Tab device, a touchscreen tablet device launched in mid-October.
Kobo has released a new and improved version of its eBook reading software for Android smartphones, allowing users to read a multitude of eBooks in the popular ePub format.
Shares in BlackBerry manufacturer, Research In Motion, surged more than 6% this morning on the Toronto Stock Exchange, as analysts increased their expectations for the companyâ€™s 'PlayBook' tablet device.
Astral Media Inc., Canada's largest private sector radio broadcaster, has announced plans to make all 83 of its radio stations available on mobile devices, through a three-year deal with UBC Media Group.
Dell has launched its Android-based smartphone device, the Streak, in Canada, at a cost of $549.99 when purchased outright.
Telus Mobility has revealed plans to launch two Windows Phone 7-based smartphones, the LG Optimus 7 and HTC 7 Surround, on November 8.
American cell phone carrier, Sprint Nextel, has announced plans to offer Samsung's forthcoming tablet product, the Galaxy Tab, for $399.99 on a two-year service agreement.
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Edited by Jeremy Maddock